SURVIVING AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION
The Kenosha Police Departments Crime Prevention Unit presents material to enable people to better survive an active shooter situation. Officers explain crime prevention theories, examine the Columbine and Virginia Tech shootings, explain FBI findings, discuss the physical and psychological effects experienced and instruct on the “Run, Hide, Fight” concept.
As these situations continue to happen in our schools, workplaces and public places, this event will help us be better prepared if we find ourselves in this type of situation.
This session will end at 1:30 p.m.
Officers Ron Francis and Jeff Wamboldt are members of the Kenosha Police Department Crime Prevention Unit with a combined 45 years of Law Enforcement experience. Together, they educate the citizens of Kenosha in ways to lessen the likelihood of becoming a victim. They also lead the city’s Neighborhood Watch Program which contains over 2,000 members.
This session is approved for SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) and HRCI recertification credits.
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